Cordyceps, vitamin B12 and other natural ingredients increase the synthesis of ATP, endurance and promote recovery
If you exercise or work you do a lot of running, jumping, swimming, fighting with a partner in sparring, or in a full-fledged “war” in the ring — you know how important it is to be at the peak of endurance, especially at a professional event, when a daily workout and healthy
eating is your norm, and the one who is faster in a split second who are a bit tougher the enemy, the one who is working to win even when she’s sleeping.
ShroomTech Sport is a natural vitamin complex for athletes and active people — gives an extra boost of energy at the peak of activity and endurance . Unlike stimulants, “Chromtech Sports” doesn’t Deplete the body and is not an “ATF tablets” — he contributes to the natural increase of the body’s ability to synthesis of cellular energy (ATP), and not through a stimulating effect, and improves the flow of oxygen, allowing you to move on and recover Continue reading
Flexibility is one of the basic motor qualities – associated with the elasticity of muscles, ligaments, joint mobility, with age, the flexibility is lost that has more to do with the aging process. “As long as the spine is flexible, young man, but disappears as soon as flexibility – people get older,” said the Indian yoga. Indeed, neither the strength nor endurance, nor the speed does not decrease with age so much as flexibility. Regular Yoga will not only help to maintain flexibility, but to some extent to develop it at any age.
One of the beauties of yoga is that it opens the door in front of everyone, at any age. Never too late to start. Therefore, there is no harm to anyone from yoga, and there is no excuse not to do it. But how helpful it could only be understood by practicing it. “Young, old, sick and weak – all can turn to yoga and to benefit by means of constant practice. Success is achieved by one who is engaged, not the one who is not engaged”.
Soft impact. Muscle tone
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People who continue to perform moderate and intense physical activity, can reduce the likelihood of small brain lesions. called a “silent” stroke, finds a new study.
Silent (subclinical) stroke is usually not detected as incurred, as are extensive signs of strokes in the form of severe headaches, dizziness, impaired speech and paralysis.
They occur thrombosis or rupture of small blood vessels, as and when clinically evident strokes, which can cause long term problems such as memory loss.
Regular exercise has shown to be effective in the prevention of broad strokes, but their influence on the silent stroke has not been studied.
Moderate, intense or gentle Continue reading